Publication: The Commoner and Glassworker
Pittsburgh, PA, United States
Muncie Liner News.
MUNCIE, IND., Sept. 21. - Ball Bros.' white liner department will commence work Sept. 23. Thirty-six machines will be employed in a short while. Two machines will be put on green lids.
Among the number who will work here are several new faces. Tom St. John has returned from a trip to Selma, Ind. James Patton, John Patton, Arthur Owens, and Charley Commiskey have accepted places in Hemingray's. Herb Young will work at Lockport, N. Y. Frank Collins, Jr., arrived from Philadelphia. He will work on liners.
Smoke McCabe, the will known white liner, will go to Indianapolis next week where his horse "Tally-Ho" is entered in the 2.17 trot. We wish you luck, old man. Geo. Knap will drive McCabe's horse.
Last Monday Local 115 (white liners) gave a Progressive Pedro party for the benefit of the Industry Kinderten [sic] Kindergarten. A fine sum was realized. Jas. Olwell won the first prize, a fine clock. Rich Butler and Joe Harris of Hemingray's boxed three friendly rounds which were well received.
The following officers have been elected by Local 115 for the coming year: President James Hope; vice president, Hugh Hughes; treasurer, Rich Burns; financial secretary, Jas. Collins; recording secretary, James McCabe, guards, John McIntyre and Mat McGuigan. - MUNCIE.